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My Outdoor Eyes Photography Blog

Common Lowbush Blueberry Wildflowers At Fort Hill On Cape Cod.

If you take a walk on the Red Maple Swamp Trail at Fort Hill, you will see Common Lowbush Blueberry wildflowers starting to bloom all long the sides of the boardwalk. They are quite prolific and quite beautiful. (Click on blog link for other photo.) It is a common shrub with white or pink-tinged bell-shaped … Continue reading Common Lowbush Blueberry Wildflowers At Fort Hill On Cape Cod.

Foggy Morning At Fort Hill On Cape Cod.

The past few mornings have been very foggy here on Cape Cod. I took this photograph a few days ago but it looked just the same yesterday. It was a foggy morning, but very beautiful at Fort Hill, looking down the trail toward Nauset Marsh. It almost looks like an Impressionist painting, don’t you think?

Low Tide At Uncle Tim's Bridge In Wellfleet On Cape Cod.

This was such a low tide at Uncle Tim’s Bridge in Wellfleet. “Uncle Tim's Bridge was established in 1783, when it was first named ¯ The New Bridge¯. Uncle Tim's Bridge crosses Duck Creek and connects Hamblen Island to the central village of Wellfleet. In the 1800s Timothy E. Daniels, known as Uncle Tim, had … Continue reading Low Tide At Uncle Tim’s Bridge In Wellfleet On Cape Cod.

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